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Who should get the vaccine and when?

Currently, the United States supply of COVID-19 vaccine is limited, because of this the CDC is providing recommendations to federal, state, and local governments about who should be vaccinated first. New York State is following a phased-approach and determines who is eligible within specific priority groups and has begun rolling out the vaccine. To view who is eligible as outlined on the State website.

If you have an underlying medical condition which puts you at more risk for serious complications, you should get vaccinated.

We know that Black, Hispanic and Native Americans are dying from COVID at nearly three times the rate of white Americans, which is why it is important for everyone start having conversations with their healthcare providers.

Pregnant women are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. We ask that those who are pregnant, breastfeeding or plan to become pregnant that they speak with their OB/GYN to have a conversation about getting vaccinated.

The long term goal is for everyone to be able to easily get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as large enough quantities of vaccine are available.

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1. How can I learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine?
2. How do I find out if I am eligible for the vaccine?
3. I am eligible for the vaccine, where can I make my appointment for my first dose?
4. Do I need to prove I am eligible when I arrive for my appointment?
5. Do I need health insurance to get the vaccine?
6. What type(s) of vaccine(s) are offered by the Cayuga County Health Department?
7. I received my first dose of the vaccine at a Cayuga County Health Department clinic. How do I schedule my second dose?
8. Can I get my second dose at a different location than my first dose?
9. Do I have to get the same vaccine for my second dose?
10. What kind of side effects can the COVID-19 vaccine cause?
11. How was the vaccine developed so fast? Is it safe?
12. I am nervous about getting one of the COVID-19 vaccines, what should I do?
13. Who should get the vaccine and when?
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